Citation

Haigh, J.E., 1972. Standard curves for the magnetic anomalies due to spheres. Bulletin  119. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Canberra.

Abstract

Standard curves for interpretation of the magnetic anomalies due to spheres have been derived. The anomalies in the vertical component, and the horizontal component in the direction of the traverse, are each found to be represented by a single family of curves. The horizontal component is found to be not represented by a single family, and separate curves for each field inclination and traverse azimuth are presented. Curves for the anomaly in the total intensity were not computed.
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